Notebook: Mitchell on offense vs. Buffalo? 

August, 4, 2012
ATHENS, Ga. -- Branden Smith’s availability for the opener against Buffalo might have had a domino effect on Georgia’s cornerback depth chart.

Bulldogs coach Mark Richt said after Saturday’s third preseason practice that he wants Malcolm Mitchell to be available on offense as well as defense for the Buffalo game.

“We may start integrating him into a few things offensively,” Richt said of Mitchell, who was a Freshman All-SEC receiver last season. “We’re not going to expect him to play every play, but I do want him to available to play some offense as early as the first game.”

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